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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1911.
RiiFniltitr. Mrx. Curtis wore n Hpnii- ilccnrntlons were of pink lilies with
lli costume. Mrs. Ilriirmilil mill .Mr. pink shaded oiiiidlcs, mid covers were
Llnne wore Hod Cims nurses, Mrx. talil for ton. Tin- guests wrro Pnyiniix
rriiKtH' mi Oriental iniililon mill Mlx tor and Mrs. Itoyiinhls, Mr. nnil Mrs.
Wucst n Spanish dancer. Mrx. Crowley Hlllsnu llncnn, Mr. nnil Mrs. J. II.
wnx mi (Irlcntiil luirt'in girl; Mm. Cull- ('Km Icy, Mlsx Mile Perkins, Miss Ilosu
nor it Holland maiden; Mlsx 1'Miiii Lodro nnil Jullu.H nothschlld. Other
Itnoncy, Salome; .Minn 'IVIIiimn, Span- dinner hoxtx were Lieutenant nnil Mrs.
Nil girl; Mri. Hiicim, n mrrry widow, llnrr.
Paymaster 'A. Itoynohlx nnil MrK. Itoy- Miss Marguerite Anion entertained n
iiiiIiIm wrro tlomlnocx, Miss Mnrlo hmi.c party nt llio Imino of her father,
Louise llrynnt Him n pnrtlriiliirly lit- .Mullen I Director Aiiiok, the gucstx nt
trnotlvo Folly, Mr. ttiithxchlld wiih n tending the Imll unit remaining until
l'lorrnt unit Mr. Iliienn u clown. Frld.iy nrtorminn. Among the- gucxts
All tlie residents of llio Island en-,'" " "'" "tro " " "" l-"""""
Minim, who spent tlio HiiininiT nt
(Continued from Page 13)
minli. Mix Wallace, Mib lloede, Mrs.
(iiiino, Mrx. Hand, Mrx. Cowlos, Mlxs
Cowlos, .Mrx. C'ot'liraii, Mrx Neville,
Mrx Pratt, Mrx. Kockwcll. Mlxx Itoik-
fit. Mrx. Klgsbitry, .Mrx Murlx. Mlssj
Kallierlno Stevens. Mrx. (iuvlcr, Mix
lllillll' n hcnutlful centerpiece
liimillo nf tlio basket wax lli'il
pale pink tulle, llio xlicainoix pnr
tiallt veiling tlio Honors Tlio place
inrilx vveic lianilpalnioil, gat lauded
I wiih palo pink "(Veil llniiiiior rusts.
Accessories nf lllll tiilver Olllllllllll
Tlio i Social Fovoritea Entertain at Naval
w llli I Station In California.
rnniMiik.ilily ranking nx llio moKi
IiIIIImiiI event of llio onrly koiixihi wax
tlio kil ninnnio give i Thursday nt
llio Nn vii I Training Stiitl.ni nt Verba
In, mi. at wlilt li llio hnstx oro Hour
li'iinlnoil house parllox, adding imioli
tn tlio Jollity nf tlio nffnlr. It Ix very
nineli to ln npproclatoil that llio naval
nlllcorx nt Vorha llnonii cnntoinplulo
oitlordilnlng froipioiilly thl winter, nx
tliey have ono of the most attraotlvo
xlatlnnx nliont tlio liny, ami It I tnneli
inori" oaxy of ncoixx than inany of tlm
otherx. Thoy oortalnly oponril thoscii
xiui In lirllllant fashion, ami their next
affair Ix being eagerly antlclpatoil.
IMonlo, rotnrneil to town n week ngo
ntnl aro established at tliolr homo on
Uro.-itlwiiy for the winter. Mr. ami
.Mrx. (lux Taylor, Mr. mnl Mrx. Will
Tnylnr nml Mr. nml Mrx. Fred Mo
Ncnr aro xtlll nt their country liomox
nt Mcuhi I'm I;, hut will return to town
tills week. Tlio Mo Neurit will xpcnil
the winter nt tho llopklnx roxhlenco
,011 Cullnunlu xlrcet. Mr. nml Mrx.
iJnnicx Flood will remain until late III
rayinaxtor nml -Mrx. Perkins gave n Noveinhor nt their Meiilo Park place.
illnnor preceding the hall. Thu tnhlu H. !'. Chronlcto.
ix.iiiiri'ino Mi'ti'im, .mix. iiu.vior, .tux. , , , ,.i,,l. ! Ion na, at wnitn ino noxix ero iienr-
Kllleo... .Mrx. Tl.uhorlako, Mrx. Wll- j n.llt. xtlekx, """;" ' N A.l.t.ln.l . It. T. Monro. Meillcal In-
liur. Mrx. Wlilill.lolil, Mr, nx.on . "'"r1. ", ," i . .m.m-r fVv-lM-.- II Amo.. I.lon.rni.n. It. Mmrlx.
.Mrx Wllllan,.,. Mrx. Walker. Mix. , - '';' - ' ' , , k.r II. n.enan, .-. r. l.nlT. Payinai-ter .-re..
Chirk. Mrx. Wool Mrx. Tnlllo, Mlsx "f w .,'" "I""1, .' ,,,, Ij ,, ,,,,.,
vt-i... i ii...,.i., ,. i, Ihaxkotx. Illloil with xalieil nlnionilK. ivrMux nml l)r K II tlx.
X.lRler. Mrx. Walklnx, Mrs. I'nlnnm
Mrx Do Witt. Mrs Fust or. Mix. Itos
tarlck. Mrx. Anil, Mix. K i oil. Mrx.
llnyxohloii Sr., Mrx. llnyxoMon Jr..
.Mix. Stvnnr.y. Mlxx Swnlizy, Mrx. .Mr
Stotkor, (ho Mlxxox McSlnckor, Mrx.
Satniiet llainon, Mrx. Frank Kalinin.
Mlxx (lortruilo Damon, Mix. (Mho
Dalo, Mrx. Ilyron Clark, Mlxx Clark.
Mrx CnnnliiKham, Mrx. Ilnlxly. .Mrx.
Slirpnril, Mrx. Warner, Mrx. Mehin
phj. Mlxx P.lllimor. Mrx. .1. T War
ren, Mrx. 1.. J. Warren, .Mrx. Turner.
.Mix. II. K. Stotonx, Mix. Arthur Wall
.Mix. Knliert U'uorx. Mix. Mnr, .Mrx
C II. Conpor, Mrx. Nem-ouili, Mrs
Hoy Smith, Mrx. Arthur Smith. .Mrx.
I'otwliio. Mrx. Howell, Mrx. Mount,
Mrx. Vanx AKtietv, .Mlxx Wntie, Mlxx
IVcko, Mlxx llonlon, Mlxx Mackenzie,
Mlxx Fulxmil, Mrx. II K Cooper, (ho
Mlxsox Cooper, Mix. SpnillillliB. Mlxx
I'lhcl SpauUlliiB, .Mrs. Wakrlloltl. Mrx.
Johnxon, .Mrs. I'rmlen. Mlxx Miiiins-llr-hl.
Mrx. Krnext Walorhouse, Mrx.
Iliimhoiieli, Mrx. Shooily, Mix Mc
Candlexx, Mrx. Cousotix, Mlxx Couxonx,
Mix. Mills, Mlxx Mills ami otherx.
Mr. and Mr-.. IlittcliolnrV llliicnr.
A hoaullfnl tllnnor wits kUoii Satur
tlay cvcnliiK hy Mr. miO Mrx. Frank
Ikiteholor at their homo on Maklkl
xtreot Tho color xchenie wax pink
and croon. A French Imskot. Illlort
with eiiclmiitrexx plnlc cnrnutlonx,
ami lleil with xalln ilhlion. HurinK
the (llniior, fumy honhonx were
openul ami winch contaliicil ilalnty
pink capx; the homl-Roiir wax ilonnetl
nml worn iIiiiIiik the otonlni;. The
alTalr wnx Klieii In honor f Mr.
i. i. ...... t'l....i lint .I,..
Il.llt 111 Mil " . i..u...mMpu I li.iil..ti(itil lliin tlnMllimru I'riml .Ir.xn.i al(Mi.i,il l..l.,
lioaiitiriil mniinny """""",- """"" ; ..... v ..v.,.
xlher, with the nine with Dr. Curtis nx intinhorx of mm Ix ItutrliiK tho Kloat cillox wllh
,. , ,.. .,.,,1 ,iI.,..irnloil wllh iilnk.lhe xliilloii haxehall team. "xx .iinnu aiiiiiiih, who piayx uiu tlllc
.. I I.I .11. til. I "llli H I ! .... t..l I.., .. ..u .. I ,.1l . 1U
ciilHIH'i, ;iw iiiutmiii " i
ami w:ih urcally mlinlinl. Anions llu
I COMINGS AND GOINGS
i nt: TUC ?MADT CCT
REMARKABLE NEW CADILLACS ARE
TALK OF GASOLINE ROW THIS WEEK
(Hie of the hmitlxoinext kiiwiix nt III"'
hall wnx worn liy Mrx. Aloxamler
Cnopor of tho I'rexldlo. It wax n Worth
i lei of. the 1 sr.it period, of heavy liluo Mr. William U-werx, the son of Mr.
xllk. Mrx. C. P. 1 1 1 IT wore mi old-.nml Mrx. Itohert l-worx, Ix playing
faxhlouoil (oxtiiino oxiiKKcrateil hy.tliu rolo of thu lllarkhlnl ((inxxlp) In
, I Paymaster
was n Fionch i ,.?.
I his creat satirical play,
.leuleuant Uuoxt,'ccr.. lum Blal.,( ., ,,
TIiIh Rii'.'it HiiHrlrat ply, "C'haiitl
ii in i-iiiiiiiiii'iin i i ii. -i . ..
...1... .il(il i til !III4IIIII"II1IIII ill- ... . . . .. -
Mes,s ....... "'' "- : .. c K. A., was it iiiniin nn.i siisia.neii , principal cillox of the 1'nlloil
!","' "''"'u-i.r', Mlsx I 'mm , li in. "H Hiarnclor In Hpleii.lld fashion. Mlrx Hll,P8i .,, M,HH jlall, A(,.1II1H ,,, ,
FlmenceUlnlor Mlsx l.n ....! x. ( ( (In im mosl .,. ,. r(lo T)C ir(,m.,011 , .,,,, ,
,.,,.,.1 '!.?,' Mr W A Cl'ilk Mr'v.inlon. Mrx. Fred Perklnx mid Mlsx have cost Clinrlex Fiohnintl over one
lranu i lemion , . . ' M 'aI1 Mr ..inex of the stiillou wore twin cos-, hundred thouxaml dollars hoforo the
.."pi".!1! "i " ' ' ' ' jtiiinox or oolniilal dayx. with hrocado ciirtnlli wax raised on It llio llrxt time
t . lannicnaei. ;,,,rsklrt nml luxllee mid it yellow xatln In Now York. This will he ono of the
licit loo it. Lieutenant Morris cleverly lonccxt tours that Mlsx Adams has
NciliiOMta) llrliluo Clnh. 'liiipornuiitloil a ilawnxlinp keeper. Mrx. over undcrtnkoii, nml will he made
Mr. Neville oiitorlained the Wed- Klm,,, H eharnilns Indian ulrl. ''"' c'ty -'H.v I'V xpoclal train,
nenlay llrhlne Clnh at her homo at u) Mss ,.;,,. 1IB hl.,,.r ,llc,im The picluro produced Ix from tho
Wnlklkl. Theie were Ihne lahlex i-,..,.i i ,i, i,ii nf IUiffalo Sunday Times.
and Hie prizes were attractive and ( v,,,iini. I1H mi(x K,rl ,, im.j
pretty. ot her orlKln.il costuino wax worn liy
j.Mrx. Huff Sr.. mother of Lieutenant
Ml McSlorker In Fiilerlaln. Illiiff of tlio Presidio, who appeared ax
Miss McStocker will entertain thelTnpsy of Texas. Dr. Cooper was a
'Thursday Luncheon flub" thlx eoni-i'"11'1 l,,l,lll" " J""H Jl,,rl" W1'"
Iiik week at her homo on Lunalllol,1K "11H '" Pierrette. Mrx.
xtreet. At the laxt nioetlnir It was tie-1 WhltliiR was Carmen. Mlxx Mlllx tho
elded that each hostess would ho per
milled to Invite kucssIe.
.Mrs. J. 8. Walker spent tho week
end as tho guest of Mrs. .lames Wilder
on Mount Tunlalus.
An Interesting pnrty Is cxHcleil to
arrive. In Honolulu on tho next Wil
helinlnn to visit Mrs. Castle Coleman
ou 1'aclllc Heights. The mcmliois of
ilniiRhtor of the roBlment, nnd Mlsxlll0 mlr(y ur0 jIrs Xortlirup Castle
l o nx a firecracker kept everyone (,r xew York, her Infant child mid
All that the Name Implies
I' O U I)
PASS t N a t It
TO 11 P D O
Tlie long stroke, 38 horse-power motor will provide almost racing speed or may be held at
a walking pace, on direct drive, so surely is its ample power under control.
The touring car carries five passengers, the torpedo four. Both are of the new fore-door
design, built roomy and comfortable, with distinctive lines that lend themselves admirably to fine
Peerless cars for 1912 include three six-cylinder models and two four-cylinder models, with
open and enclosed bodies varying widely in style and carrying capacity. Ask for a copy of the
The Peerless clutch engages smoothly, without shock to the transmission or axle, and being
light and perfectly balanced stops rotating as soon as it is disengaged so that the gears may be
shifted noiselessly. It is from such refinement in motor car mechanism that the fullest measure
of satisfactory service is derived.
You are invited to visit our Salesroom
The von Hamm -Young Co., Ltd.,
slxler, MIxh llavlland, anil their aunt.
Mrx. Northrup Castle visited In Ho
nolulu prior (n her marriage, and
was a great social favorite.
Mrx. llcrRer Ix visiting her hrollier,
Mr. Herman' Wlitommi, In tho Santa
Cm. Mountains. Mr. Wldctunn Ix tho
owner of ono of tho largest vineyards
In that section of tho country.
Mr. It. Hyile-Smilli, son of Mrs.
Hyde-Smltli nnil hrollier of Mrx. Har
old Dillingham, Ix experlcd to arrlvo
In Honolulu Tuesday on the steamer
After a (odious Illness at the
Queen's Hospital, Mr. Harry (laylorU
Is recuperating on Mount Tantalus
ill the homo of Ills hrollier and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Frnnclx Dilling
ham. Mlxs Minn Merger writes that she
Ix In a loiind of gaieties la Oakland,
California, where she Is visiting Mlxs
Ceorgla Fitzgerald. During tho sum
mer months, when Mlsx Fitzgerald
was visiting in Honolulu, she became
u great social favorite.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Macfarlanc left
Sunday on tlio steamer Mongolia for
a short trip to California. If tliolr
present plans are carried out, they
will return to Honolulu heforo the
Mr. mid Mrx. Illmiclmril will occupy
apartments at tho Hotel Courtlaiid
ufter Ihe llrst of N'ovemher.
Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Kelley will
leave next Tuesday on tho Chlyti Marti
for tho Orient, where they aro plan
ning to spend tho winter. On their
wity home, In February, they aro plan
ning to stop In Honolulu for ten days.
Mrs. Mtiblo Wing Castlo Is in Itos
tnii, whoro bIio will probably spend
the wlner. Her only daughter, Miss
Kleanor, has developed Into a boailtl
lul girl, mid is attending school In
Kx-(iivoriiiir and Mix. C.eorgo Car
ter, who have been Blinding some
time In thu F.astern Mate, arc o-
noctcil to arrive in Honolulu on
Mr. tlcrrll Wilder will entertain a
party of children at a loge parly
this afternoon to witness the mall"
Mr. Percy Cleghorn and his mother
weio covered wllh Ids. as they unliod
on the Mongolia. Sunday, for Califor
nia, wltero tlio former Is 1" ho mar
ried on tho fifteenth 01 next nionlh.
II. Clifford Woodhouxe, who lias
boon at Hnlciu'it tho past mouth, loft
on tho Mongolia for .Now Orleans,
wliero he will marry Mlsu Kriiltxclmltt
on November lid, returning to Hono
lulu for a time and then proceeding
lo (he Orient.
Lotlers have been received recently
fioiii .Mlxs Saritn Van Vllot. daughter
of Colonnl Van Vllot. that sho has
heon tho rer hi ellt nf sevoral heaiUl-
ful loving cups Ihat havo been won
In Ihn dirfereiil games which she lias
played this summer In tho Northwest.
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Kverjr lady who desires to keep
up hor nttrnctlve appearance, while
at the Theater, attending Recep
tions, whon shopping1, while travel
Inn and on all occasions should
parry In her purse a bonklot nt
r.nmiAUD'S Ot'.lF.NTAL HKAUTY
I.RAVK8. This Is a dainty llttlo
booklet of exquisitely perfumed pow.
dercd leaves which are easily re
moved and applied to the skin. It
Is Invaluable, whon tho faco becomes
moist and flushed anil Is fnr suparlor
to a powdor puff as It docs not spin
ind soil the clnlhes.
It removes dirt, soot and grcnt'.
'mm the face. Imparting cool, dl.
Icnle bloom to Ihe eoniplnxloil. Rem
anywhere on receipt nf Ten Cents
In stamps or coin. P. T. IIOPKINB.
97 flront Jones street, New York.
The great talk nn the strret llils
week seems to be centered on the
I 111:1 Cadillac, with Its miraculous
sturter and electric headlights. Four
of these cars arrived on the S. S.
Manchuria, and wcro Immediately set
In motion before any gasoline was
put In the tank, In order to show Iho
skeptical connolseurs the wondeiful
vitluo of Iho electric automatic slnrt
cr. This is us much of u revelation
to the aillomobllo as thu automobile,
Itself previously was lo tho horse
and carriage, and tho most wonderful
Interest has boon manifested In these
cars during the past work.
Two of Ihe cars wore fivo-pnsxoiigcr
touring cars, and tho other two were
of Iho four-passenger torpedo type.
Tho louring car Is exceptionally hand
some Ibis year, and leaves the Im
pression of a strong, powerful and
graceful car. Tho torpedo is of the
extreme type, with hooded dash and
straight-line sides. They are of tlie
French gray color and handsomely
striped. The thlrty-Blx-lneh wheels,
straight lines mid graceful curtcx xel
the ears off to wonderful advantage
here. Tho Cadillac sllll retains this
year tho same reliable motor which
It has previously used, only Ihat
thcro are a few ory Important addi
tions In tho way of the electrical lino.
Several Hut nl Ouco.
No sooner were thexo cars brought
up from the steamer before the eager
purchasers were trying tho electric
stater. Tlio machines were delivered
nt once to the following parties:
Frank Ilalslead, Captain .1. II. Parker,
Kohnla Club and Transportation Com
pany and 0. S. Ilolloway.
These four cars have been driven
considerably since they arrived, and
stopped many hundreds of times In
order to text the reliability or tho
self-starter, and never onco has any
one of them failed under nny clrcuni
stnncrs. Tho electrical appliances on
these maehluex arc of the most slni
plo nature, and one would bo most
ngreeably surprised at tho ease with
which these appliances aro operated
and the slnipleiiess of their construc
tion. Thcro Is absolutely no complex
parts, and for workmanship and ma
terial they cannot be' excelled. Kvcry
part of the electrical apparatus Is
inailo of tlio highest class material,
and strong mid heavy enough to with
stand any strain whatever. It has
previously been Iho habit of auto
mobile manufacturers In tho past to
slight the electrical end to a certain
degree, and put cheap material and
poor workmanship In vital spots, mil
such Is not tho case with the Cadillac
this year, as they havo paid tho most
strict attention to tho electrical end,
making It ns high class as any big
stationary power plant and every bit
as reliable. Somo remarks havo boon
passed by thoughtless persons ns to
the reliability of electricity. U't ux
lonvo it lo tho common public. How
often does tho municipal electric light
plant havo enough, trouble to shut
down? In tho past year the plant has
furnished current at all Units, ami
has never been laid up for more than
five minutes nt any one time. The
Hiuno careful attention has been giten
the Cadillac electrical system this
year which Is expended on the mod
ern electric light plants.
Hundred per Cent Improtcnienl.
The riding iiialltles of the Cndlllar
mo Improved thlx year at leas! a
hundred per cent, as the springs aro
inch longer mid heavier and Iho
wlieeln linger. The car Is a trifle
higher oh of Iho ground this year,
which aids greatly In keeping dust
fiiini Ihe occupants of the car. The
electric lights are perfect wonders
They are so far abend of tho ordinary
presl-o-lilo lamps that there Is no
cotnparlxoii whatever between tlm
two. They supply u very broinl and
powerful light, which can bo seen a
much greater dlslanco and enables
tho driver lo seo a much farther dls
lanco ahead than ever before. This
Is especially necessary In Honolulu,
where there arc so ninny hacks ami
horse-drawn vehicles In the road.
The Honor Hull of the Von Haniin
Voung Company this week contains
the following lianies: Knhala Club
itnn Transportation Company, C. K.
Ilolloway, F. Ilalslead, Captain .1. It
Parker nnd M. K. Miller.
M. I. Miller purchased one of tho
1012 seven-passenger slx-cyllnder
Stnvens-Ditryea cars, which ho Ix
placing In the rent business on tho
Oaliu Auto Stand. This Is the third
slx-cyllndcr Stevens which Mr. Miller
has bought, which not only speaks
well for the Stevens cars, hut for Mr.
Miller's judgment. Mr. Miller claims
that the six Stevens Is the most eco
nomical seven-passcuger rnr which
has ever been turned out, tires, gaso
line and oil being about tho only ex
penses, mid tho Stevens 'Is most eco
nomical In these respects.
Auto Pioneer Here.
S. M. Phillips, who Is one of the
pioneers of the ntitomnbllo business .
In Sacramento, arrived on tho Man
churia to pay u month's visit to his
brother, Mannlo Phillips. Mr. Phil
lips Is n very ardent admirer of tho
Islands, this being bis lirtli trip. Mr.
Phillips Is accompanied by Ills charm
ing wlfo this trip, and is making tho
most of his time seeing tho country
In a Cadillac touring car.
Will llclllnger of tho Wntcrbouso
& Islcr Company, automobile, sup
ply dealers, left for llllo on tho Manna
Kea for a week's trip.
The force of habit of the Japanese
nation has never been tpiito so forci
bly Impressed on the automobile pub
lic ns It liax been during tho past
week. When tho tlrst Cadillac riiino
Into tho garage without a crank, the
Japanese boys commenced to hunt
for tho crank nml am sllll hunting.
It Is Indeed vcrv amusing to see them
try to start ono of Ihe new machines,
THE SMART SET AT WASHINGTON
By C. S. Albert.
(Sl'Ml.il till I lot III Cnriostmnililioe.)
WASHINGTON, I). C Oct. 12.
Hear Admiral rinblcy I). Kvans, II. S.
N has gone to California whcie ho
will spend several weeks. Mrn.
Kvans, who spent tho summer on tho
North shore wllh Admiral Kvaus, Is
now at Fort Monroe.
Commander Charlex C. Marsh, It.
S. N., and Mrx. Mnri.li, son-in-law
end daughter, who tno In Pints
mouth, N. II., this nionlh. will J tin
the hitler's mother for (ho wltilor
ding anniversary reception of Mr. ami
Mrs, Joseph II. Choalc at Naumkcag,
Senator Jeff Davis, of Arkinsas.
was roccnllv iiinrrloil to Miss Lel't
Carter, of Ozark, llial stale. Ho was
,i widower. Mlsx Cailcr Is tlindnugii-
tcr of Dr. W. A. Cirlcr, ono of Hi"
oldest and hex! known citizens of
western AitfiiiKnR Koiiuliit Divlu
left with his hrldo Immediately alter
mo reremoiiy lor an extended trip on
Iho Pacific rouxt on r.mto to Wath
liigtou for llio winter.
nliont November 1. Mrs. Harold IC.
Sovvell, another daughter, will return
to Washington from liar Harbor
shortly and Join her mother,
Lieut, Com. John II. Upshur, IT. S.
N., and Mrs. Upshur, who spent the
hummer nt Nowpnil, havo ictiirncd
to Washington and opcnol their
hpailmcnl In Iho I'arkwood for thu
Bocictary mid Mrs. Kuo havo ro-
tiillicd In (his city from Iho Vllg'nla
lint Springs, where they spent a
The newly appointed Russian am
Imswilnr In the Unllcd States, M.
(leorgu llakliinoHcff, and Mine, llalih-
inetloir havo left St. Petersburg for
Mrs.' (iiirlliiglon and Mips Sally
(Itiilliiglon, wire ami daughter of
flcn, !:. A. (Iiirllmtlon, II. S. A., have
arrived In Washington from San
rr.inrh.en and will ho jilnoc slioitly
by (Sen. (iaillngtoii, who now x
Tlie lliltlxh Ambiiss.i lor mil Mri.
Hi -ce. who will coin to Wiihlllli';tii'i
r.bout tho last or tho month for tlio
winter, went tn Slopkhrlilgp., Mass.,
October in to attend Ihe golden wed-
NEW SOLOIST AT
Mlxs F.thylo Fnlrweather, a recent
arrival from Ihn Coast, will render
(lie olferlory solo at tho morning rer
vlco nt Iho Central Union church lo
uioriow. Miss Fnlrweather cornea
with the highest lecotnuielidatlons and
her first appearance is keenly antic
ipated. Mr. lugalls will give Ilatlsto'ii Mod
erato as thu evening offertory. The
quai'lut will sing Selincckcr'it ar
rangement of "Jesus, Savior of My
Soul," and the Welsh national air
adapted (o sneioil words.
lleglnulng ihn llrst Sunday or No
vember, llio choir will bo roorganlird
as last year. It will ronslst of a
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nuartcl will ho a ilrong factor I" the
musical service of tlio church. Plans
uro already under way for an oxiop"
I liomtlly strong Christmas program by
j Stanley Livingston, choir director
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of tho lain Mrs. Kllna
beth I'ookelt ilo-dro to express tliolr
appreciation to Iho many frlendx for
tliolr Mudnoss ami sympathy in their
DUI.LFTIN ADS PAY-
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thw f f hi ii M'.itm ii'i
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